Picosun Oy, leading atomic layer deposition (ALD) equipment manufacturer has co-organized the 1st International Conference on ALD Applications and 2nd China ALD Conference in cooperation with Fudan University, one of China's top universities.
Toronto-based Integran Technologies Inc. today announced further advances in its "structural metal plating-on- polymer" technology (Nanovate NP) for enhancing fuel efficiency and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by enabling the cost-effective manufacture of lightweight transportation parts.
NanoSight, leading manufacturers of unique nanoparticle characterization technology, reports on the characterization of nanoparticles at the NanoLab of the Norwegian University of Science & Technology, NTNU.
Anasys Instruments reports on joint research with the University of Illinois' Department of Engineering where nanotechnology-based materials identification enables critically needed chemical metrology for nano-manufacturing.
The ContourGT-I has been optimized to accelerate and simplify measurement setup and feature-tracking and is the world's first bench top profiling system to incorporate Bruker's proprietary tip/tilt head design, along with fully automated functionality, including turret, lenses, and illumination.
ON Semiconductor, a premier global supplier of high performance silicon solutions for energy efficient electronics, has joined the multi-partner, industrial research and development program at imec, a leading nanoelectronics research center, to collaborate on the development of next-generation Gallium Nitride on silicon power devices.
The objective of this follow-on agreement is to finalise the design and manufacture of a light emitting diode (LED) light incorporating Nanoco quantum dots for retro-fitting in commercial, residential and other settings.
Showa Denko has developed printable silver nanowire ink for the manufacture of electronic devices jointly with Professor Katsuaki Suganuma of Osaka University. When the ink is used in combination with Photonic Curing process technology, highly stable, transparent conductive patterns can be formed on flexible films.
This partnership of relevant stakeholders aims to identify key areas of nanomedicine with novel concepts for translation of nanomedical innovations into clinical practice. The project called Nanomed2020 started on 1st September 2012 and has duration of 18 months.